In this second, sacred installment, Steve and Mike discuss the detestable influence, trickery, and nihilism of the liberal media establishment [0:00 - 9:00]. They bring in Dr. Alan Desk, a Christian Child Psychologist, who offers us some truly inspirational ideas about how to raise children in this dreadful, media-saturated age we live in [8:50 - 25:00].
They also speak to Bill Coxworth of Nehemiah Films, a Christian producer who has some exciting ideas of how to transform the media establishment, through trickery and wholesome plot twists, into a more Christian social arena. The debate gets a little heated at times, as Dr. Desk and Michael aren't always on board with Mr. Coxworth, especially his decision to make films about Dragon masters, his cinematic style in 'Leviticus: The Movie' and Christian pornography. Luckily, Mr. Coxworth's daughter picks up the phone at 51:48, and is quickly dowried off to Michael, to smooth things over between everyone. [33:45 - 59:00]
Mike and Steve also reveal the first installment of their field recordings, demonstrating their commitment to the Church by going to the networks NBC and ABC Family to pitch original ideas for Christian programming. Though their efforts aren't entirely successful, they are undeterred and vow to keep on fighting to revolutionize the media. [01:09:00 - 01:28:00]
Also in the program:
-An extremely faithful caller from South Carolina who talks about various things, including Biblical road signs in his home state [01:03:00 - 01:08:40]
-More PSA's from Bishop Cartridge Blankson and Ishmael Jacobson, both vying for the Bishopric of the 7th Day Opportunist Church. In this round of PSA's, we learn about Bishop Blankson's artistic aspirations, and Ishmael Jacobson's weak style of husbandry. [30:30 - 32:42]
-A movie trailer for comedian Paul Patterson's upcoming romantic-thriller, "You, Me, and J.C." [01:29:00 - 01:31:33]
-An advertisement for Colton Nemetz, the Anti-Divorce Lawyer